Redknapp clearing the decks

QPR have confirmed the departure of Radek Cerny, Tal Ben Haim, Jay Bothroyd, Rob Hulse and DJ Campbell following the expiry of their contracts.

Last Updated: 30/06/13 at 16:59 Post Comment

Jay Bothroyd: One of the QPR players heading for the exit

Jay Bothroyd: One of the QPR players heading for the exit

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Manager Harry Redknapp is rebuilding his squad after the club's relegation from the Premier League and striker Djibril Cisse departed Loftus Road on Friday by mutual consent.

Goalkeeper Cerny made 87 appearances during a five-year spell with Rangers, Ben Haim featured six times after arriving on a free transfer from Portmouth in January and striker Bothroyd, who arrived from Cardiff following his release in the summer of 2011, scored five goals in 18 starts and 13 substitute appearances for the Hoops.

Former Crewe, West Brom, Leeds and Sheffield United forward Hulse scored twice in 25 appearances since joining from Derby in August 2010 and fellow striker Campbell registered five goals in 14 games following his arrival from Blackpool for £1.2million in July 2011.

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